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What does this mean?  It means you need to let everybody know where you found your information.  We also call this a BIBLIOGRAPHY and most of your teachers will want you to use a specific style called MLA Citation Style.  We’ve got resources to help you figure it all out!  Here are some great online bibliography tools or look for style guide books on the shelves at J808.

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MLA Documentation
From the Writing Center at the University of Wisconsin - Madison

Bib Builder
An interactive tool to help you make your bibliography.

EasyBib
Helps you cite works, make a bibliography and print, save, or email your results.

NoodleBib
You’ll need to register for this site by creating a Personal ID. The NoodleTools system will then be able to store your work for you so you can access it from ANY computer by using your ID.

 


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